Virginia Gun Ban Agenda 2021: Concealed Carry Under Attack

Why Second Amendment Sanctuaries Are Important In Virginia & the U.S., Allexxandar-iStock-884220580
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence is already working with AG Mark Gerring in VA to attack citizen’s rights to self-defense. iStock-884220580

U.S.A. -( Lori Haas, of the so-called Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV), formerly known as the National Coalition to ban Handguns until 1990, is already working with the office of Attorney General Mark Herring to attack your right to self-defense in the 2021 Virginia legislative session.

In a recent documentary (at 23:25), she mentions to Herring that “open carry and concealed carry are both on there,” likely meaning that she wishes to restrict, or ban, law-abiding citizens from carrying firearms for self-defense.

In addition, she wishes to “revisit” banning commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms; legislation seeking to do so was defeated this past session and Governor Northam will also push for it again.

This should come as no surprise. Earlier in April, Haas was on a podcast saying that her group was already working with legislators to pass bans on commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms and their magazines. She believes that these tools owned by countless law-abiding Virginians for a variety of lawful purposes “have no place in civil society.” In 2015, Haas was a vocal cheerleader for Attorney General Mark Herring’s attempt to remove reciprocity for 25 states’ Right-to-Carry permits. She then opposed the compromise legislation with then-Governor Terry McAuliffe that reversed Herring’s maneuver by granting reciprocity to all state Right-to-Carry permits.

Your NRA will be down in Richmond fighting this latest wave of gun ban schemes. Please stay tuned to and your email inbox for updates.

About NRA-ILA:

Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess, and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Visit:

National Rifle Association Institute For Legislative Action (NRA-ILA)

Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

It looks as if it may come down to: defend yourself, or break the unconstitutional law.

If they do pass these unconstitutional laws, it will be time to heat the tar and pluck the chickens. Actually, it’s already passed time.


WAYYYYYYY past time.


Past that time, indeed!


It’s been both interesting and appalling to watch 2020 unfold into the biggest, and perhaps the final, push into the black hole called Communism. If we just look at what successes the Democrats have had even with a Republican in the White House and the Republicans holding the Senate we’ve seen the once independent people of the United States graciously become sheep. Alarmingly we’ve seen this time and time again and historically it doesn’t end well. But apparently the sheep think it will be better this time! Oh yes…..that must be it! With the constant call now for “enemy lists”… Read more »


And part of the problem is that there are rats in the closet that will sell you out. We need a list of who they are if this goes down.


Matters not what Northram and his lackeys pass…They only represent Richmond and NOVA anyway, they do not represent the vast geographical demographic of the state and as far as I myself am concerned, an unconstitutional law is not a law at all. Noncompliance en masse is key here.


People should remember that the reason many Americans own weapons is that they have a very long memory of the terrible things that happened in history to people without weapons, whereas fools soon forget.  


Aren’t these the same kind of people who are against stop and frisk laws?
Let that sink in.